I can grip the rear wheel and it feels a bit loose, i can pull it side to side and wobbles when im riding, what am i dealing with here bearings? spline. does any one have experience with this?
FIXED, i found it, massive air leak. i took off the auto choke and forgot plug one of the holes in the intake
can air come in through the throttle cable if its cracked?
how would i diagnose where its coming from?
ok, i drilled out the jet one size with micro drill bits and it is now idling without choke, but the throttle response is laggy, ill pull the throttle it will bog, then rev up, when im off the thottle, it will take a while for it to rev down. any suggestions, should i drill it up another jet size?
yeah, only a few days, a guy off ebay, look for runtong clone sha 1515 somthing like that. i think he's on this site btw. im going to start micro drilling the jet to see if it helps.
the carb is brand new, so i dont think that the issue. i installed new base and head and exhaust gaskets. i checked the piston and cylinder and they seem a bit rough. signs of blowback.
yeah i got the stock reed valve on. i have an air filter on it, one of the high flow k and n types.
i read a guide that said the guy used a 64 jet. and it ran fine. If its running a mid 50s jet does that mean its running lean, and the choke is making the mixture closer to normal? it seems to bog when i take the choke off and pull the throttle. It wont idle without choke no mater where i move that idle adjust screw. Seems lean to me but im not an expert.
I got the carb installed today, and it starts and runs with one kick. It starts with choke, and only runs with choke. It came with the stock jet i was told it was a 53 but I really have no idea what it is. would jet size be the culprit or air leaks?
Im currently tearing apart a 1981 honda express and noticed the cause of a bunch of oil all over the case. There is oil leaking where the intake and reed valve are bolted to the case. I removed the reed valve and it seemed to have light surface rust on the part that attaches to intake and case. I checked all the books and it does not seem to require a gasket. This seems odd, I torqued it to factor